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Elder Voices: Abraham Anasogak, Sr.


Koyuk’s Abraham Anasogak, Sr., shares his story on another episode of Elder Voices from the KNOM Archive.

In a 2011 interview, Abraham remembers his time in the National Guard and his work as a bilingual teacher’s aide. He shares his memories of living a subsistence lifestyle throughout his life: memories of hunting, fishing, and running a dog team since his youth.

Elder Voices: a window to the past, a door to the future.

Image at top: Iditarod musher on the trail near the Norton Sound coast, 2015. Photo: Matthew F. Smith, KNOM file.

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